It's Roman and 2000 years old, and it's emblematic of Evora, so you've got to see it. And it is quite beautiful and evocative to see this remnant of an ancient temple, and impressive that even some of the columns have stood up for two millenia. But you can only get so close, and there's nothing to go into. So you just walk around it, appreciate it from a small distance, and snap some cool pictures. Happily it's centrally located near a park and cafe or two, where you can sit and enjoy the sight, and nearby to several other sights, so you'll have occasion to pass by it more than once and appreciate it in different lights and lit up at night.
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